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The English bass and drums style gets all mixed up here with reggae and Afro-pop, resulting in a scintillating dance party. If you're looking for stone-solid grooves to keep life on the upswing for many a day, your search has ended.

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A gem

His best album.. nice the whole way thorough. Who ever did the recording part did a very good job too. It is much more of a World/African sound than a Reggae sound. My 2 cents.

simply amazing

a must have for any aficionado of afro/world/reggae or simply good music. Definitely one of those albums that you can listen to all the way through.


Born: June 19, 1932 in Robin's Hall, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A pioneering force behind the rise of Caribbean music, guitar virtuoso Ernest Ranglin was born in Manchester, Jamaica, in 1932. He began playing ukulele as a boy, soon graduating to guitar; while in his teens he began performing live both locally and in the Bahamas, often in tandem with the young Monty Alexander. Ranglin's session work at the famed Studio One helped give birth to the ska phenomenon, which during the late '50s began taking Jamaica by storm. He finally began attracting international...
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